Saudi Gazette reports that 20 women have been appointed leaders in the General Chair of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques.
The ladies have a Master’s degree and PhD degree and are employed as assistant head and undersecretaries.
The President-in-Office of the Great Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque encourage adoration in a safe and clean atmosphere.
The Head of the General President, Sheik Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, said that ‘distinguished women’ are able to hold these jobs both academically and practically. The chair will see the establishment of a women’s empowerment aid agency.
“Semitism in many regions has been exhibited to women who work at the Two Holy Mosques. The Presidency would pursue its efforts to employ its excellent executives to the best possible extent and to support the pilgrims from Hajj and Umrah and tourists in line with Kingdom 2030 views,” he added.